ERKNet Reference Center

Institution

Gdansk, University Clinical Centre Gdansk

Center

Department of Nephrology, Transplantology and Internal Medicine

Description

The Department of Nephrology, Transplantation and Internal Medicine includes a Nephrology Unit, a Transplant Medicine Unit, a Hemodialysis Unit, a Peritoneal Dialysis Ward, a One Day Hospitalization Unit and an Outpatient Clinic. We specialize in all types of primary and secondary nephropathies, including diabetic nephropathy as well as ADPKD, Tuberous Sclerosis Complex and early and late complication of kidney transplantation. Our Department serves as a National referral centre for TSC. We offer kidney biopsy, hemodialysis catheter implantation, hemodialysis, hemodiafiltration and plasmapheresis. We are involved in patient education and diet recommendations for patients with renal diseases. We are a referral centre for North Poland for RRT including pre-emptive transplantation and pre-emptive re-transplantation. Our team includes specialists in nephrology , transplantation, hypertension, diabetes and internal medicine. The groups main research interest are primary and secondary nephropathies, ADPKD, TSC, kidney transplantion, cardionephrology, onconephrology.

Specialists

 


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Alicja Debska-Slizien   (HCP Lead)  [e-mail]  [Show profile]
Magdalena Jankowska   (HCP Deputy Lead)  [e-mail]  [Show profile]
 


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Ewa Krol   [Show profile]
 


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Beata Lipska   [e-mail]  [Show profile]
 


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Agnieszka Tarasewicz   [e-mail]  [Show profile]

Disease expertise

» Hereditary glomerulopathies
» Immune glomerulopathies
» AD structural kidney disorders
» Renal malformations

Task forces

» Molecular Diagnostics

Contact

Alicja Debska-Slizien
E-mail: maja@gumed.edu.pl
Telephone: +48 58 349 25 05
Fax: +48 58 349 25 51

Homepage

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